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Hi ... make sure the throttle is fully closing (cable isn't snagging), choke is fully off THEN with the bike warmed up,unscrew the idle adjustment screw on the carb. until you tick over at what you want.

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Light ticking is possible small end bearings if still running ok not a real problem just use a good quality 2stroke oil

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There is a tapping sound from the engine, could this be the valves needing adjusted and how harmful is this?


This seems to be a common issue and almost certainly has to do with the non adjustable hydraulic lifters used in the 1100's. s. One common theory, for the cause of the noise, is a high oil level in the engine. When the oil is at its highest the crankshaft and the connecting rods beat or whip air into the oil creating a foam in the oil and when the foam enters the lifters the air in the foam allows the lifter to tap or click. Most owners reduce the oil level in the engine a little. The people that live by this theory keep their oil level just below the "Full Mark" on the dipstick, or maybe upper middle between the add and full marks. I feel this is safe because the two marks on the dipstick are really a max and a minimum which means that anything between the two marks Honda deems as safe. Lowering the oil level in the bike is one solution that may help. The other is to change to a different oil. These tics are called valve ticks. Here are some oils below that help get rid of the tics. Honda GN4 10W-40 (Valve ticks) Honda HP4 10W-40 (Worse valve ticks) Shell Rotella-T 15W-40 (No valve ticks) Mobil Delvac 15W-40 (No valve ticks) Chevron Delo 15W-40 (No valve ticks) This one might be one to stay away from because it has a pretty high content of Moly in it and could lead to clutch slippage. Mobil Extended Performance 15W-50 Gold Cap (No valve ticks) Hope this helps. Good luck!

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Hi, I bought a brand new Keeway Outlook 125 jusy 5 weeks ago. Since I bought i had problems when starting it so they put in a new carburator that had a new automatic choke on it. I still have problems...


Is it normal that a new bike dies on you as you drive it? No way my friend. The carburetor should have a thermal-choke and it probably needs some adjustment.

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Lost of power on throttle increase and motor dies when coming off throttle on 96 carbed yamaha royal star deluxe. No idle without choke. Only runs on choke on. Used gas carb cleaner and high octane fuel...


I would say you have a blocked or damaged jet. I would strip down the carburettor and replace any badly worn jets and clean thoroughly. When refitting the tick over mixture screw , screw it home and back out about 2 1/2 turns. That will be somewhere near it.
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Valve train noise


The ticking sound is most likely caused by uneven wear on the cam lobes. The next time you've got the valve covers off, take a look at the cams and you will likely see scuff marks on one or more of the high-points of the camshaft lobes. This can cause a ticking sound each time that part of the lobe comes in contact with the rocker arm. The only cure for this would be to replace the cam and rocker arms - which is not worth the many $$ it will cost. The noise may be annoying, but isn't anything to worry about. My Goldwing started making a ticking sound at about 90,000 miles - and continues to this day, now with more than 169,000 miles on the engine.
Uneven cam lobe wear can also cause lateral movement of the rocker arms - and a ticking sound as the rockers move slightly sideways on their shafts (note the springs on the shafts that hold the rockers lightly to one side).
I should also mention that pitted valve stem tips can also cause a ticking noise. In any event, do not run the engine with less than the specified .004" valve tappet clearance as this can cause valve damage and compression loss.

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Also a four-stroke has the tendency to tick somewhat unlike the 2-stroke. If it seems too noisy or the ticking is more like a rattle have someone check your valves.

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Loud tick noise in crankcase.


Thanks for the background info. With all the work that has been done and the good readings I can suggest a few possibilities.
  1. A broken gear tooth, (highly likely if the "tick" is not present in all gears).
  2. Broken gear tooth on the clutch hub, (highly likely if the "tick" is present in all gears).
  3. Wrong heat range on the spark plug causing detonation.
Set the air screw and pilot screw back to factory settings > turn each inward until LIGHTLY seated. Now open each of them one and one-half turns. The stock jetting should be okay.

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High Tick over when hot cold is 1500rpm but after its been riden and warm it rases to 4000rpm chock is off lol


take the throttle cable off the arm at the carb end and try pulling the cable and check 4 stiffness maybe a frayd cable other wise all air screws may not be in sync with each other if tht doesnt work get back 2 me on tht 1

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No problem just done top end rebuild


Just ride it normally. Avoid super high revs when the bike is not in gear and using the power.

Please rate this solution. Thanks bookerm!

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